Inga Naan Thaan Kingu (U)
17/May/2024 Comedy, Drama 2hrs 12mins

Inga Naan Thaan Kingu

Critics Review


Entertains Occasionally!

Engagement is on and off as the humour partly clicks and partly falters. Given the scope with respect to the cinematic liberties taken and the insane number of comedy artists the team managed to garner, it could have been much more.(more)

Source: Ashwin Ram, MovieCrow


Santhanam returns with some solid laughs

The combo of Santhanam, Bala Saravanan, and Thambi Ramaiah enhanced the movie. Rather than stealing the spotlight, Santhanam gives other comedians the space to deliver their jokes. After a considerable time, Munishkanth�s farce as Body Balaraman actually works. There are a few familiar faces like Seshu and Maran who have small appearances but shine. Priyalaya looks pretty and dances well. Vivek Prasanna gets to play a dual role and he makes for a silly corpse.(more)

Source: TOI, Times Of India


Chaotic assembly of random ideas and weak humour

Inga Naan Thaan Kingu' suffers from a muddled screenplay with random ideas stitched together with paltry humour. While the supporting characters try to make up for the weak dialogues with physical humour, a visibly uninterested Santhanam pulls down the film even further. As the film throws one gag after another, and attempts a joke with every dialogue, some lines do manage to crack a smile, through sheer statistical probability. But as the tedium sets in towards the end of the film, we remember the long patches of dull moments more than the occasional jokes that made us laugh.(more)

Source: prASANTH, The New Indian Express